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1. "Given the best of all possible worlds, I would make a few changes. I would place emphasis on increasing the amount of funding that goes into programs like Pell Grants, that purely and simply award funds to students who really cannot afford full tuition."
Author: Charles Vest
2. "Pell Grants are, and have been, critically important tools in making higher education a possibility for lower- and middle-income students."
Author: Christopher Dodd
3. "Pell Grants open a lot of doors, but they rely on a solvent government."
Author: Denny Rehberg
4. "Funding and maintaining programs from Head Start to Pell Grants must be a high priority."
Author: Ed Pastor
5. "My belief in why America has been doing so well up to now is that we have been propelled by our immigrants and our encouragement of technical innovation and, indeed, creativity across the board."
Author: Howard Gardner
6. "The Republicans claim they are for strengthening Pell grants when the truth is that over the last four years, their legislation has done the exact opposite."
Author: John Conyers
7. "Pell grants are the foundation of Federal student aid. As someone who attended college with the help of Pell grants and as chairman of the Pell Grant Caucus, I know how important they are for our Nation's low-income students."
Author: Ric Keller
8. "Pell Grants aren't 'welfare,' they are a gateway to opportunity for some of our nation's best and brightest students."
Author: Sheldon Whitehouse

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